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captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> good evening. jim axelrod is off tonight. i'm rebecca jarvis. with just two days left, senate leaders are still struggling to put together a last minute bp deal ahead of monday's midnight deadline for the fiscal cliff. failure could kick the country back into a recession. wyatt andrews is on capitol hill. >> reporter: today the halls of the senate were almost empty, as proposals got traded in private and over the phone. senate minority leader much mcconnell tried to sound upbeat. going to get a deal today sir? >> hope. so. >> reporter: house speaker boehner came to the capitol but left without comment. issue number one in the talks is amending the bush era tax cuts, which if unchanged will expire and raise taxes on all americans. starting tuesday, the average tax hike will be three to 5% per person. >> let's keep taxes exactly where they are on the first $250,000 of everybody's income. >> reporter: the president campaigned to increase taxes only on families making more than $250,000 per year. almost two weeks ago, th
. captioning funded by cbs >>> this is the "cbs morning news" on december 24, 2012. >>> good morning. we begin with a major storm that promises a white but treacherous christmas for parts of the midwest and northeast. the storm is expected to get stronger as it heads east. winter weather alerts and advisories are posted from texas to indiana. all this during one of the busiest travel days of the year. jeff at our miami station has more. >> well, this is shaping up to be a very stormy week across the united states. now, the good news is during the day today at least it should be fairly quiet. there'll be a small storm in the eastern part of the country producing a little light rain to the south and snow to north. the bigger issue is what happens on christmas day. across the southeast, we could be talking about a widespread severe weather outbreak and maybe numerous tornadoes nebras anywhere you see red from the eastern part of texas, mississippi, and georgia. on the good side we may see snow here. but on wednesday it moves to the great lakes where we could see over a foot of snow and wind gusts
. >> on "cbs this morning." >> from kabul, afghanistan, happy holidays! "cbs this "cbs this morning." >>> welcome to "cbs this morning." i'm jeff glor with rebecca jarvis charlie rose. gayle king and norah o'donnell are off. >>> on the ground and in the air on this busy day before christmas, there's trouble. >> and the problem is a storm system that hit the west coast over the weekend. now it's moving east threatening to cause problems all week long. anna warner is at dallas/ft. worth airport. anna, good morning. >> reporter: we're seeing a steady stream of travelers on their way to destinations. things on the west coast have cleared up. no major flight delays out there so far, but people heading to other holiday destinations may encounter some trouble. that's because this fast moving storm is heading over the rocky mountains and is expected to drop a lot of snow on the midwest as it heads to the northeast. travelers may see problems. those hoping for a white christmas will get their wish, but they may be stuck seeing santa in the airport. >> we don't want to s
title game. >> we're going to the game! ♪ >>> welcome to cbs this morning. we begin with this powerful storm system that caused a string of tornadoes that damaged buildings and knocked out hour in places like louisiana, mississippi, and alabama. it dropped heavy snow in parts of texas, oklahoma, and arkansas. >> it's blamed for three deaths and we'll check the forecast but we begin in hard hit mobile alabama where blake brown of our cbs affiliate is watching the tornado damage blake, good morning. >>> good morning this is the scene here in mobile, we have big trees down powerlines down, roof damage and it is just hours after the storm ripped through the city. >> volatile conditions as tornadoes toucheddown around mobile. >> i was screams and hollaring, and i was just scared to death. >> we ran into the cooler, got all of the employees in the cooler, and it came right over us. >> it blew the roofs off of homes, and on this christmas day, not even a house of worship was safe. the front wall was torn off. >> look at that tornado. >> across much of the south, many spe
rirks . >>> good morning. it is monday, december 31st, 2012. welcome to "cbs this morning." there's growing concern over the health of hillary clinton after the secretary of state is admitted to the hospital with a blood clot. >>> and less than 24 hours until the nation heads over the fiscal cliff. we'll go to washington to see if lawmakers are any closer to cutting a deal and we'll tell you what will happen if they don't. >>> we begin with today's "y opener," your world in 90 seconds. >>> hillary clinton will be celebrating the new year from a hospital bed. >> secretary of state hillary clinton is hospitalized in new york city. >> she's got a blood clot she suffered from a fall. >> it left her severely dehydrat dehydrated. clinton had been planning to return to work this week. >> there's still significant difference between the two sides. >> today the final day of fiscal cliff negotiations. >> i want everybody know i'm willing to get this done but i need a dance partner. >>> vice president joe biden is now in on negotiations. >> do i wish things were more order will i in washingt
. >> on "cbs this morning." >>> chuck pagano back on the colts sideline yesterday cancer free as the colts won 28-16. >> i feel so blessed to be back with you guys in the battle. thank you. thank you so much. captioning funded by cbs >>> welcome to "cbs this morning." i'm norah o'donnell with anthony mason. as we wake up the deadline to the fiscal cliff is just 14 hours ai wa. there's no deal yet, but members of congress are heading back to capitol hill. first, breaking news on the condition of secretary of state hillary clinton. >> she's in a new york city hospital this morning being treated for a blood clot. doctors say it's related to a concussion that's kept her out of the office for the past three weeks. margaret brennan is in washington with the latest. margaret good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. secretary clinton is taking anti-coagulant to thin out the blood clot. doctors will monitor her for at least the next 48 hours. >> a warm welcome to the secretary of state. >> reporter: secretary of state hillary clinton was admitted to new york presbyterian
and complete transcription of program content. cbs, its parent and affiliated companies, and their respective agents and divisions, are not responsible for the accuracy, or completeness of any transcription, or for any errors in transcription. closed captioning provided by cbs sports division >> clark: i like what they've shown in terms of grit, and tenacity, and persistence, even when they went down by 17 earlier in this half. >> tim: you just wonder when, in a scramble situation, what guard might pick up a fifth foul. ware is rejected by cauley-stein. >> clark: get back into play if you're cauley-stein, you don't want to take yourself out of the play by diving unnecessarily. >> tim: shot clock at 10. smith. >> clark: i thought siva may have committed a foul before we went to the last time out. big-boy basketball. >> greg: they're going to let the players determine the outcome. good decision here. coming back, we'll see two ball handlers now, two decision makers and playmakers for louisville with seven on the clock. >> tim: only seven where the scouting report comes into play and the length
'll be looking at on "cbs this morning saturday." with three days left will the two parties come together to beat the clock? >> yet another strong storm coming through. we'll find out how bad it will be and what it could mean for holiday travel. >>> the strange but true tale of man who woke up one day and had no idea who he is. he's now the subject of a critically acclaimed documentary and he joins us to tell his story. >>> and it's not a bird or a plane. it's the latest version of "superman," one of the blockbuster movies due out in the new year. all that and so much and more on "cbs this morning saturday" on this saturday, december 29, 2012. captioning funded by cbs >>> welcome to the weekend. this is the final weekend of 2013. >> exciting stuff, right? >> exciting to have you here with us. >> glad to be here. >> i said 2013 because i'm preparing for the new year so everybody knows. >> in for anthony mason. >> it's nice to have you with us for our new year's treat. >> thank you very much for having me. >> we also have another new year's treat for all of you t
driver has been missing for hours. cbs 5 reporter in ma rain county where an operation continues along corto madeira creek. good morning. >> officers and firefighters have suspended their search for the man who jumped into the ice say cold waters. they is a they're going to wait until daylight hours to get better visibility. the original search started around 1:00 this morning. officers tried to pull over the man on suspicion of drunk driving. during the investigation, the man jumped out of his car and ran a few blocks away. the suspect jumped a fence into a creek. officers say they tried to follow the man and tried to persuade him to get out. they called in multiple agencies to try and save the suspect. >> with the swift-moving water, we're concerned he could have gotten caught up in something or possibly have drowned. so we're very concerned for his safety. we hope he's okay. we currently have a swift water rescue boat from the fire department out going up creek and trying to locate him. >> reporter: the response included fire trucks from ross county, ma rain county as well as the s
on this issue as the political parties appear to be. a cbs news poll conducted after newtown found 57% of americans support tougher gun control laws. that is the strongest level of support in a decade. on the otr side of the coin, gun sales are surging. the company that calls itself the world's largest arms supplier says it sold three and a half years worth of ar-15 ammunition magazines in just three days. the nation's most popular semiautomatic rifle similar to the one used in newtown. coming up in the next 30 minutes, we're going to take a look at the proposal that we've heard from the nra to put more police officers in schools. how doable is this in the first place? >> it's amazing with all these people buying ammunition, it's like they're preparing for a doomsday scenario which didn't happen on friday. >> we're still here. >> it's kind of ridiculous. we'll look forward to your next report. >> thank you. >>> more than a thousand people attended a memorial service for the late hawaii senator daniel inouye. the president and first lady were among the mourners at the service. inouye r
mergener, for cbs news, washington. >>> time right now is 6:07 and i'm watching your money. we're going to have to see if wall street can finally ends its losing streak today. stocks have been down for four trading sessions in a row and yesterday did have the deposit of territory briefly after lawmakers agreed to meet sunday to discuss the fiscal cliff. but the dow actually fell 18 points, the end of the trading day. the nasdaq dipped by four. so far this year individual investors have pulled $150 billion out of the stock market for the third year in a row. constitutional investors -- institutional investors however, they've been adding to their stock positions. they've poured more than $80 billion into stocks so far this year. >>> mortgage rates fell to near record lows this week. freddie mac says the average rate on a 30 year loan slipped to 3.35%. that's not far from the record of 3.31% we reached about a month ago. low rates are making home buying more affordable and allowing more americans to refinance their loans. >>> and more americans are shifting to e-books nowadays. the pew r
, this is only the fifth time congress has worked after christmas. tara mergener for cbs news, washington. >> now this afternoon's white house meeting is the first time the president and all four leaders of the house and senate will meet face-to-face since november 16th. >>> a horrific smashup on the springfield interchange leaves three people dead. it happened around 7:00 last night. the i 495 flyover ramp to i-95 was blocked for most of the night as police cleared the scene. police tell us that a semitrailer was shopped in traffic when it was rear ended by a pickup truck. all three people inside that pickup died at the scene. the semi driver was not injured. >>> geneticists are studying the dna of adam lanza. he shot his mom and killed 26 people in newtown before taking his own life. the connecticut health center was asked to join the investigation to look for threws about the roots of his -- clues about the roots of his violence in his dna. >>> you can gamble 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at maryland live casino right now. they made it possible. the casino operators say the expanded hours will
. >> host: the title of your book "after broadcast news", what have we lost as opposed to the abc, cbs, nbc era? >> guest: we have lost that we have talked about this but we are still transitioning. but in the era of the '50s and '60s through the '90s that we as a society believed if we've watched the local and national news the would have the information we need. what we lost see authority that comes at the gate keepers somebody's job to sift through the information to say real professionals. we thought about this. we will tell you what we think you should pay attention to. and we lose the fact the heights of the of broadcast era, we were of community better or worse than that is what they told us to focus on. that allows and have the same basic underlying of understanding. >> host: what have we gained? >> guest: the downside to this system i described it is is that a handful of journalists, producers and stations got a wrong and did not emphasize something or the facts were wrong war presented something even as they attempted to, we would sink or swim. but to everybody watches separate de
they will not budge an inch on their stance against new gun laws. nra president david keene was on cbs "face the nation." i want to you listen. >> the first thing we have to do is protect our kids. we're willing to debate the whole question of the semiautomatic so-called assault weapons. we've debated it before. we had an assault weapon -- so-called assault weapons ban for ten years. we had what senator feinstein is suggesting, it was allowed to expire, the fbi, the justice department and others, the studies made no difference. if we're looking at things that are effective, let's talk about it, but first, let's talk about protecting our kids. >> okay, so you heard what david keene, who is the nra president, had to say on "cbs face the nation" regarding gun laws. what do you think? >> well, with all due respect to the nra, and i believe in the second amendment in general, but i also believe that i won't pretend to be a gun rights lobbyist if they don't pretend to be school security experts. that way we can respect our fields. one gun in the hands of a kid is one too many in a school. when we
after that. i did a number of commentaries for cbs and then npr. it had to be punchy. my written style is a combination of lawyers analytical writing, a lot of writing that is not legal, and then writing a lot of stuff that had to be punchy. so that is stirred into the pot in various forms. >> you are writing about 1775, you say there were 2.1 million colonists in those days in this country? >> there would've been about 2.1 million whites, 2.6 million all total. it is not precise. they had official censuses in a few colonies. >> where were the population centers among the 13 colonies? >> the polish and centers were the biggest populations were pennsylvania, virginia, massachusetts had quite a good sized population, north carolina was growing by leaps and bounds. people went south through pennsylvania and virginia into the western part of north carolina. -- the population centers were the biggest in pennsylvania, virginia, massachusetts, north carolina. what i call the vanguard colonies or massachusetts, connecticut, virginia, and south carolina. not new york and pennsylvania, important
, the cbs executive didn't know the affiliate in san pedro, didn't we? >> we did. [laughter] craig: how could you possibly make it up to these lovely citizens of san pedro, who are by the way, let's not forget, connected. >> you ladies are going to dinner at the ivy. craig: at the ivy! [applause] thank you, beth. good night, everybody. good night. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> breaking news tonight. a fire rips through a town house and takes a woman's life. it happened along laurel hill road in green belt. take a look at the video from the scene. the flames shooting from the back of the home, the smoke billowing. the fire broke out around 9:00. firefighters pulled three people out. one did not make it. crews are still there. investigators trying to figure out how this all started. as we get more information, we'll bring it to you. joining right now is mark brady from fire and ems. mark, are you there? we hoped to talk to you. we may get back to you later on in our broadcast. >>> the other big story, of course, is the weather. we could wake up to qu
for cbs news, howard beach, new york. >> charity founders say they now plan to collect school supplies for children in the affected areas. >>> 4:53. time for the question of the morning. it is every week 25% of us burn ourselves with this. is it a, our curling or flatiron, b, a slice of pizza or c, the stove? log on to the wusa9 facebook fan page and leave your response. we'll reveal the answer during our 6:00 hour. we'll be right back. >>> welcome back. 4:556789 your weather first this monday morning. nice and quiet now but it's going to get more active as we get into the afternoon with some rain and a little bit of wet snow and sleet north and west of town as high temperatures climb into the low 40s. the winds pretty light, southeasterly at 5 to 10 miles an hour this afternoon. we'll be back with more about that seven-day forecast and another system by mid week in a few minutes. right now over to liz drayback who has timesaver traffic. >>> a nice light christmas eve ride as we look at the beltway. it's almost completely empty of volume. that's pretty much what we're going to see for
a number of commentaries for many years for both cbs and then for npr and i had to write these sure things. they had to be pretty punchy. so my riding style is kind of a lawyer's analytical writing, an awful lot of writing that is not legal, and writing an awful lot of stuff that had to be punchy. that is stirred into the pot. >> during this time, you said there were two 0.1 million -- i don't know what they were called then, but the colonists in those days in this country? >> there would have been 2.1 million whites. it is very imprecise because they had official censuses in a few colonies. >> where were the population centers? >> the population centers, the biggest populations were pennsylvania and virginia. massachusetts had a good size population. west virginia was growing by leaps and bounds as people went south through pennsylvania and virginia to the western part of north carolina. a lot of the colonies were very small. so they had no real impact in bringing a revolution about. new hampshire and rhode island to a certain extent. new jersey and georgia was very small in population. w
and cbs insisting the tea party was not holding back republican leaders from agreeing to a budget deal of additional revenues to avert the so-called fiscal cliff. >> thought it all. first of all, understand the tea party is found a political party. it is a group of people across the country that have a commitment to a set of principles. they believe economic growth is the first, most important need of this country, which means get the government to stand down, put obstructing growth. in so many ways, not of least was the epa. >> that was dick armey. kenneth vogel, talk about what is happening with the fiscal cliff right now in the major divisions within the republican party. you follow the conservative movement within the republican party. >> i think that is the story of the fiscal cliff stalemate, much as it was last year with the stalemate over increasing the debt ceiling. it is, in fact, these tea party members who are elected first in the conservative wave of 2010 when republicans took back the house, and subsequently, there were some additions to the sort of tea party caucuses in
as we see within the political parties. cbs news poll taken right after newtown show that 57% of americans now support tougher gun control laws in the united states. it's the highest level of support we've seen in a decade. in the meantime, though, guns are flying off the shelves. so is ammunition. a company which claims to be the biggest seller of ammunition in the world says that it sold three and a half years worth of ar-15 ammunition in just three days. that is mind boggling. in the meantime coming up in the next half-hour, we're going to take a look at the protests in favor of gun control laws happening right here in our own backyard. back to you. >> jessica, thank you. >>> with time running out to avoid the fiscal cliff, democrats and republicans have left the capitol for their respective homes. for the majority of the country, that means we are essentially going over the cliff. president obama is in hawaii for christmas with his family b. before he left, he urged congress to adopt a stopgap measure to prevent taxes from rising on people who make less than $250,000 a ye
clark passed away at 82. and that's the year in entertainment. ♪ i'm teresa garcia, cbs news, los angeles. >>> everybody loves it. you're watching 9news now at 6:00 a.m. i'm jessica doyle. andrea roane is off today. >> happy friday. i'm mike hydeck. monika samtani is also off. beverly farmer is filling in. she'll be back with timesaver traffic momentarily. >> we have howard bernstein off today. the lovely and talented olga breese is in. you're watching the weather this morning. >> definitely. today is going to be the calm day. today not bad. a little bit of a breeze and cool temperatures. we're tracking some changes tonight and that's going to impact some folks if they have some plans for their saturday. they want to do a little bit of running around and sightseeing. it's going to be a little bit messy to start off tomorrow but i think things will improve by the afternoon and evening hours. forecast for today is chilly. no doubt. we have overcast skies at reagan national airport but we're definitely seeing cool temperatures. we have dropped down to 36 degrees at this hour. and we'
a possible senate run on cbs. >> i do have a great fondness and admiration for the political process in this country. a big deal for me to come down and be on your show i've watched so much. but i'm not going to get into speculation about my political future. >> wow, that was a pretty political answer. he has already got that down. is he happy to be involved from politics outside the government and has a lot on his plate right now, including three children, so he says he might not leave, especially after starring and directing in a pretty popular movie like "argo." >> there is an oscar campaign jrnd way. i might have to go to the capital and work alongside you. >>> he's had it. tim tebow refused to play yesterday word has it. greg mcelroy sacked 11 times. league sources tell espn it's a virtual certainty that tebow's hometown team, the jacksonville jaguars will scoop him up next year. >>> ashton kutcher filed divorce papers, but demi moore is holding off on signing them. tmz says moore is ready to get divorced, but holding out for a big divorce settlement. the "two and a half men" co
security officers in schools. he doesn't mind. nra president david kean told cbs' "face the nation," a ban on assault weapons won't stop mass killings. >> we debated this before. we had a so-called assault weapons ban for ten years. we had what senator feinstein is suggesting. it was allowed to expire. the fbi, the justice department, and others who studied it said it made no difference. >> if it's crazy to call for putting police and armed security in our school to protect our children, then call me crazy. >> despite the national rifle association's opposition to any new gun laws, president obama insists an action is not an option when it comes to protecting children. while democrats and republicans are upset over the massacre in newtown, the country remains polarized on the issue of gun control. cnn's senior congressional correspondent dana bash is in washington. we know that some lawmakers came forward and expressed interest in introducing legislation about gun control, but i guess the question is will they really in the new year? >> reporter: it really -- the reaction, especially and e
at television in 1968 versus or television is today. look at what the cbs evening newscast from 1974 versus what is happening today. it has become more politicized. the ability to process information has grown. these are issues of education. >> [inaudible] >> right. it is now more obvious. >> there is ongoing battle globally. people are putting out ideas. various ways, hidden or not, and value systems for these arguments. that is going on all the time. every single person involved on whatever level in our industry is putting something out there. obviously, you have to take responsibility for it. you try to work out exactly -- you join in a battle. someone else is saying probably the opposite. you have to get in there and do it. other people will not stop and you have to do battle with them. my own feeling is anything that opens up, creates more complexity, because it stops people from coming away from it with a black-and-white argument. i am very proud of it. people have totally different interpretations, depending on what their point of view is. it puts the emphasis back on them. it allows the
inouye, reported by cbs news. picking up on the remaining time and before the next senate, comes in. president obama spoke on friday and talked about the senator's service and he might not have considered a career in public service had not been for the senator. [video clip] >> he was a proud democrat and a proud american. were it not for those insights planted in my head at the age of 11 in between is the land and a trip to yellowstone -- between disneyland -- i'm not have considered a career in public service and might not be standing here today. i think it's fair to say that daniel inouye was perhaps my earliest political inspiration. ost: senator daniel in a ouye passed away earlier this year. we're looking at your political hero of 2012. mitch is from tennessee on the democrat's line. caller: i just want to say that my political hero had to be bernie sanders. he started talking about not paying taxes on the high end. i say bernie sanders got it right. ask anybody about the rich paying taxes. that's the problem right there. we need to take our fight to the top like it is supposed
? >> you know was fascinating when i read this because cb moten johnson, michelle obama's great-grandmother lived in height harkin that was the big deal because she lived not far from where the obama's live today. someone had recommended to me the chicago commission study of the race riots. when i was going through their and i discovered these bombings african-americans were moving into hyde park and there was this active concerted campaign to move them out. i realized, my goodness. >> it wasn't parlor conversation. it was vicious propaganda. >> it was remarkable. and i can't remember now exactly how many there were, but these bombings -- >> about 50 a. >> they began before and continued after and again i don't know -- >> was at a planned activity in hyde park? >> was a really striking time. it was the first that i knew about it. i didn't know about that and in talking to the obama's relatives i learned that phebe had talked about it, that she when the riots were sweeping the city she was by herself. her husband traveled as an itinerant minister and was often away. she got a pot
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